© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/187471610X537271 Journal of Persianate Studies 3 (2010) 222-238 brill.nl/jps A Syntacto-Cognitive Study of the Diachrony, Synchrony, Etymology and Gloss of the New Persian Formant am / an * Dariush Borbor Arya International University, Yerevan
Use of את and עם There is one example in which a clear distinction between First and Second Isaiah can be seen, which can best be explained by diachrony. In Biblical Hebrew two comitative prepositions are known: עם and את . The distribution is presented in the following table: In the books
" KEYWORDS "demonstrative pronouns, deixis, anaphora, diachrony" SIZE HEIGHT "220" WIDTH "150" VOFFSET "4"> System in Greek Io Manolessou Academy of Athens The distribution of the Greek demonstratives, i.e. the available word order options, has remained constant throughout the history of the language, from
Jason D. Haugen and Michael Everdell
crucially excludes Mesoamerica. This paper is structured as follows. In Section 2 we briefly recount previous research on the typology and diachrony of suppletion which informs the analyses presented in our survey, and we summarize previous research into Uto-Aztecan suppletion patterns more
Studies in Honor of Sjef van Tilborg
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The New Testament as a sample of Koine
. However, this issue is too wide and complex to be dealt with here. The reader is referred to Porter (2000a, 2000b) for some preliminary analysis. As far as the synchrony vs diachrony dichotomy is concerned, this study provides both a synchronic analysis of the aorist voice system in the NT and a
Rumiko Shinzato and Leon A. Serafim
In addition, viewing KM as consisting of kakari particle + nominalized musubi predicate, they compare KM with its structural analogs, such as (1) Modern Japanese no-da, (2) its corollary in Japanese Western Periphery dialects, and (3) English it-clefts.
Finally, the authors apply iconicity-based analyses and grammaticalization theory, interpreting correspondences between deictic-origin particles, which are shared, their epistemically unique musubi forms, and their respective functions.
Damián Vergara Wilson
A Study of Exegetical Method and its Consequences for the Interpretation of Referential Incoherence
Focusing on computer assisted pattern recognition the research suggests that Jeremiah's participant-reference shifts should not be understood from a diachronic perspective. Understanding the origin and function of participant-reference shifts rather from the perspective of syntax, text grammar and rhetorics proves to be more consistent with the textual evidence. With this insight participant-reference shifts no longer have to distort textual coherence.